Shared folders allow your team to save and open documents from a common area without emailing each other links to diagrams.
First, log in to My Account.
Click on Shared Folders in the left panel.
Here, you can create common folders that everyone on your team can share and save documents to.
Please note, that by default, any shared folder you create will be available to everyone on your license.
If you want to create groups and control which groups see which folders, first, set up Group Permissions.
To add a new common folder, choose Add Folders under Actions.
You can create one or multiple folders by listing their names (one per line) and clicking on Save Folders.
When a user logs into their account, they'll see any shared folders you created marked in blue to indicate saving files in those will share them with others on the team.
Manage Permissions for Shared Folders
NOTE: This assumes you've already enabled group permissions.
Once you created shared folder, you can select it and see how many documents it contains, manage its permissions, rename it, or delete it.
Select a folder, by clicking on its name. Next, in the Actions drop-down, choose Manage Folder.
By default, shared folders are visible to everyone on your license.
Managing Permissions for Folders
You can select a group at the top of the pop-in and see the permissions they havee. For example, if you click on the name of the Editor group, you'll see by default they have permission to create, edit, and delete files in the folder.
If you want the shared folder to be available only to specific groups, you'll first one to add that group with access to the selected folder. Choose Add Group Access under Actions.
Let's say you only want the Accounting group to see and edit the documents in the Accounting folder. Under Actions, click on Add Group Access.
Next, select Accounting on the list of groups and click Save Groups.
Then, remove the Editor and ReadOnly groups by selecting them and choosing Remove Group from the Actions drop-down.
Alternatively, you can select the group and deny specific permissions like ability to edit or delete using the checkboxes below.